UC PERSONAL INSIGHT QUESTIONS
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Get an overview of the newly updated UC application, learn about the 14 points of comprehensive review, find the best way to select your four personal insight questions, and learn two ways to answer all four of them.
In 5 guided lessons + a 48-page workbook, I'll bring you the inside scoop straight from UC admissions reps, and you'll learn all you need to know to write your answers to the UC personal insight questions.
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